Ajmer: Boys outperformed girls in the Secondary examination in Rajasthan, the results of which were declared here today.
The results were announced by Minister of State for Education Vasudev Devnani at the office of the Board of Secondary Education here.
The overall passing percentage in the state stood at 75.89. The passing percentage for boys was 76.02 compared to 75.70 for girls, Secretary of the Board, Meghna Choudhry, said.
The Minister said 167 students of various schools shared 15 positions in the merit list. Of them, 13 students are of government schools.
Tanisha Vijay, student of Mahaveer Public Senior Secondary School, Sawai Madhopur secured first position with 99.17 per cent marks.
Tushar Sharma of Tagore Public Senior Secondary School, Sikri in Bharatpur district stood second with 99 per cent marks.
Deputy Director Rajendra Gupta said 10,51,105 students had appeared for the examination and among them, 7,97,672 passed.